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Tort – Defamation – Sewer Line Protest (access required)

An advocate for a sewer line district in Chesterfield County cannot sue other county residents for defamation for their statements in letters objecting to the proposal that plaintiff advocate was employed by “developers,” sought to “ram an unwanted and unneeded ...

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Receiver is winding up Conrad’s practice (access required)

The attorney appointed to wind up the practice of disbarred lawyer Stephen T. Conrad says he soon will submit a proposal for distributing the assets of the law office. Richard S. Mendelson, the receiver for Conrad’s Woodbridge law practice, said ...

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Is ‘binding mediation’ a new solution? (access required)

No dispute resolution procedure is perfect. Litigation is expensive, protracted, public and risky. Arbitration has become essentially a private litigation with most of its attendant ills, and, even when conducted closer to its original, relatively-streamlined procedures, it is still expensive ...

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